Who won the Brownlow in 1996?

Who won the Brownlow in 1996?

Brownlow Medallists: 1924 – Present

Year Player Team
1998 Robert Harvey St Kilda
1997 Robert Harvey St Kilda
1996 James Hird Essendon
1996 Michael Voss Brisbane Lions

How old is Corey McKernan?

48 years (December 19, 1973)Corey McKernan / Age

How much is a Brownlow worth?

between $75,000 and $100,000
The value is estimated to be between $75,000 and $100,000. “I don’t think it gets much better than a Brownlow Medal,” auctioneer Charles Leski said. “You always wait for calls from people willing to sell Brownlow Medals, but they are tightly held and prized.

Who won the AFL in 1996?

North Melbourne
The match, attended by 93,102 people, was won by North Melbourne by a margin of 43 points, marking that club’s third premiership victory. North Melbourne were awarded a gold premiership cup instead of the usual silver in honour of the centenary grand final.

Where did the Brownlow Medal come from?

The medal was first awarded by the Victorian Football League (VFL). It was created and named in honour of Charles Brownlow, a former Geelong Football Club footballer (1880–1891) and club secretary (1885–1923), and VFL president (1918–19), who had died in January 1924 after an extended illness.

Who won the 1996 preliminary final?

FinalSiren.com – Preliminary Final 1996 Sydney v Essendon

Preliminary Final Sydney Cricket Ground Sep 21 1996 (Sat)
(70) Total (69)
192 Kicks 183
76 Handballs 142
268 Disposals 325

Who won the 1996 AFL preliminary final?

The premiership was won by the North Melbourne Football Club for the third time, after it defeated Sydney by 43 points in the 1996 AFL Grand Final.